Matchmaking Matchmaking The composition of tanks in each team is a task of matchmaker. It works in following manner. It takes one tank from the queue and looks at his tier. For example it is IS – russian heavy with tier 7. The matchmaker takes the corresponding line from the table below and sees that the IS has battle tiers from 7 till 9. Randomly is the tier for battle selected.
Leave a comment Overall Well the first thing to note about my tanking in February is that illness got in the way of a lot of it. Indeed as of writing this I am still uncomfortably ill. However my credit grind for the IS-4 has been less than successful as I have made a few side-purchases. Going forward into March I intend to make a determined effort to start amassing those credits.
Jul 09, · Matilda Black Prince – Premium Tier V – posted in Mittlere Panzer: Hi *, da es zwar schon ein Thema zum BP gibt, jedoch noch keinen Vorstellungs-Thread, werde ich mal anfangen. Thema ist der Matilda Black Prince, der erste Premium Panzer der Briten, welcher bereits auf dem Testserver für angespielt werden kann.
Updated on November 9, By admin 1 Comment In update, 4. And terrain crossing capacity the American T14 has significantly enhanced firepower with upgraded reload and aiming times and dispersion. Similar changes have been made to the German Dicker max. The Churchill 3 has received an alternative gun which can be unlocked for a mere XP.
This new gun shoots a bit slower but is compensated by better accuracy and damage per shot. All in all the characteristics review affected 25 vehicles. Five new tanks arrived from the foggy Albion and with them appeared an alternative pathway to the FV One tier higher sits another old friend the British version of the American Sherman.
Playing this tank is great with both a 6 pounder and a howitzer. It is immediately followed by its older brother the Sherman Firefly.
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The original Churchill entered service in and was produced until to the tune of 7, units, the last retired in The type saw service with British and Commonwealth forces in the North African campaign, across mainland Europe and along the East Front with Soviet forces via Lend-Lease – its reach making it one of the more important tanks of the war next to the American M4 Sherman and Soviet T medium tanks. Sensing a need to develop evermore powerful tracked gun platforms, it was suggested that the existing Churchill line be utilized as an interim solution until the availability of more modern, competing types to combat German forces.
Matilda II with A27 turret (Black Prince) The Matilda Black Prince prototype: This vehicle features a 6-pounder gun fitted in the A27 turret. Only one prototype was produced, after which development was discontinued due to complications with the turret mounting.
Pros and Cons Pros: Armor is better than it appears thanks to heavy angles and a large internal gun mantlet High rate of fire Excellent APCR penetration at close range Preferential matchmaking tier 6 max, no tier 7 battles Cons: Agonizingly slow, with poor power to weight ratio. X-B gun, the Matilda Black Prince commonly abbreviated as MBP has better gun depression, damage, hit points, signal range, view range and credit income.
However, it is a tier higher, has poorer hull traverse, turret armor, ammo capacity, penetration, accuracy, aim time, rate of fire and speed. Take it slow, pick your targets, and watch your ammo. With around 30 shots a minute and only 55 spare, you’ll run dry quick if you don’t make your shells count. It is better to wait until you are fully aimed before firing, so try to avoid the Churchill tactic of slinging shells at your target knowing you’ll hit eventually.
Do not engage long-range targets as the 6-pdr gun has slower aim time than reload time, as well as mediocre accuracy. Avoid climbing hills or crossing rivers, stay on paved ground whenever possible. Its abysmal speed makes it a horrible tank for flanking maneuvers. This often results in the Matilda BP falling far behind the team’s advance. Its only option is to take the shortest route to the enemy, supporting teammates along the way.
Matilda Black Prince
Matilda Black Prince Posted By: It was the first British tank released in World of Tanks ahead of the British tech tree. Also learn tactics to use the master playing the Matilda Black Prince. The aiming time sits at 2. This makes hitting targets with your full DPM difficult without a good crew and the right equipment.
The Matila Black Prince is a Tier 5 premium tank. It does not feature preferential matchmaking. Many say it is an up tiered Matilda, but that is only in the armor. Its gun has a high potential damage, as it is capable of taking apart an enemy in a fire fight. It is at Tier 5, and it will see TIer 6 matches, so don’t rely on the armor, as it is useless against Tier 6 tanks.
A Matilda BP player should stay in the rear lines, and semi-snipe around. Its slow speed allows the Matilda BP to catch flankers. One thing that many players forget is that the armor is not as good as the Matilda in Tier 4. Many forget and try to play the BP as a heavy tank. This will get them destroyed in the first few minutes.
A player should wait until an enemy tank fires, and then peek while the enemy is reloading, and melt with pure DPM. Its default reload is 3. With provisions, it can be more. The Matilda BP’s main attraction is the gun, as its reload catches many by suprise.
Weak points of Matilda Black Prince
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The two pilot models were delivered in April and although trouble was experienced with the cooling systems to adapt it for hot climates production orders were given. Compared to other British vehicles of the time the Matilda II was expensive and took longer to build, the first production models were completed in September The Matilda II used a riveted construction with both cast and rolled armour and was armoured with a 2pdr gun with a Besa 7. Armour was extremely thick for the period being mm thick on the front and mm thick on the sides, this armour granted virtual immunity to nearly all anti-tank weapons of the time.
The 2pdr gun could be replaced with a 3″ howitzer which could fire both High Explosive and Smoke shells. The Matilda II first saw action in the Battle of France were it’s thick armour caused the German 37mm Pak and tank guns to bounce off even at point blank ranges, only a handful of the tanks had been sent to France so they had little impact on the campaign.
In North Africa the Matilda II has great success against the Italians who were unable to deal with the Matilda’s thick armour, this protection was well liked by the crews of the Matilda II. By the Matilda was being declared obsolete, the small turret ring was incapable of mounting the 6pdr gun, in fact in the summer of it had been suggested that Matilda production should cease but it was pointed out that the Matilda II was the only tank at the time with a 3 man turret and 60mm of armour Churchill tank’s reliability problems had not been solved and the 3 man turret for the Valentine was not available yet , so it was decided to keep the Matilda II in production.
Due to the usefulness of the Matilda II in the far east and the large numbers that were to be sent to Russia the Matilda was still in production in Interestingly there was an attempt to install a 6pdr in the Matilda II, this involved enlarging the turret ring, modifying the hull and installing a Cavalier turret. I’ve recently came across some documentation that talks about a Matilda “Black Prince” project carried out in but then dropped, sadly it doesn’t say what the modification is but considering the Churchill Black Prince project it could be the name for the 6pdr armed Matilda.
War Thunder – The British Tanks Are Coming! Firefly, Black Prince & More
WoT Guru March 31, At tier 9 the Russian heavy tank ST-I has a boat load of armor on both the hull and the turret making it very difficult to face even for tier 10 tanks. While the hull armor does not provide overwhelming thickness values most places are either angled very well or can be deceiving. The index at the bottom of each picture describes a few abbreviations used and also the format in which the armor details are described in.
Effective Armor EA refers to the overall effectiveness of the armor without normalization.
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Who wants some lead? The Matilda Black Prince is the first British tank to be added to World of Tanks, and is similar to the medium tank Matilda supplied by the British to the Russians under the Lend-Lease program that was in World of Tanks before patch 8. The new Matilda Black Prince has some big differences, one of the most significant being changes in the turret and gun. The original Matilda in game used the ZiS 76mm, which had mm of shell penetration, making it hard to penetrate tier 5 heavy tanks.
V A that the Churchill used as well as the same A27 turret. With such a low speed, it is usually best to shoot on the move with this tank, and as such I train my crew members in Snap Shot for my gunner, and Smooth Ride for the driver allowing me to fire more accurately on the move. Because this tank is a premium tank, it gains far more credits than normal tanks, and helps the player save credits for those bigger tanks we all want to drive around in, as well as help pay the repair bills.
This tank is loads of fun to play and can be purchased for only gold from the World of Tanks in-game store.